Bacharach's Monoxor III is a continuous sampling instrument that quickly and accurately measures levels of CO between 0 and 2,000 ppm.

Supplied with a stainless steel probe and five feet of tubing to sample CO found in flue gases of residential furnaces, combustion appliances, commercial and industrial boilers.

I needed this for one project - it is barely used.  $300.

Full Specs at:

http://www.bacharach-inc.com/monoxor3.htm

Contact:

ron.flax at gmail dot Com

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How old is it . Do you still have it. frizzelljim@yahoo.com

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